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Power washed away at the intersection of 82nd Street and 5th Avenue, thanks to grime−busters

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State Senator Marty Golden has a way to transform the eyesores in his district into sights for sore eyes – a graffiti−removal program called CitySolve.

The grimebusting pol announced his funding of the program during a press conference at the intersection of 82nd Street and 5th Avenue, where he was joined by area merchants, residents, members of the Fifth Avenue Business Improvement District and a cleaning crew from CitySolve, which has been cleaning graffiti throughout New York City for 13 years, using a specially­designed truck, which combines high volume paint−spraying and high volume power−washing.

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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